Cool lobby cards and insights about CONAN THE BARBARIAN, one of my all-time favorite films.
My favorite classic horror film to watch in the days leading up to Halloween is actually not a horror film at all, but a comedy.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS is back to celebrate its 40th anniversary. See cool vintage Lobby Cards from the original and SPECIAL EDITION release.
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME premiered 40 years ago this summer. Watch rare 007 TV spots and ogle vintage Lobby Cards from Roger Moore’s third James Bond outing!
Since summer has officially kicked off, my obsession with lobby cards leads me to post original JAWS lobby cards from 1975, plus a few from the sequels for good measure.
I have very specific memories of waiting in line to see STAR WARS and staring at the lobby cards, images that sparked my imagination and remind me of how patient I had to be as a nine-year-old until I could get through those doors and see the movie.
The colorful lobby cards from 1967’s YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE capture the scope and action of the fifth James Bond extravaganza along with a taste of the exotic, international appeal of the film.
Back in the days before the Internet, movie lobby cards were a powerful tool used by Hollywood studios to lure audiences into the darkened theater.
An appreciation of Ralph Bakshi’s animated THE LORD OF THE RINGS 40 years later, with vintage lobby cards and cool collectibles!
William Shatner and Douglas Trumbull recall script woes, production delays and the disaster that almost stopped the TREK franchise in its tracks.
Shane Black returns to put his stamp on the PREDATOR franchise and the result is full of cinematic carnage.
A collection of some of my favorites of the kaiju subgenre that served as inspiration for Guillermo del Toro’s PACIFIC RIM.
The origins of Ideal’s S*T*A*R Team and how one toy company is giving the short-lived toy line new life.
Are a plethora of pop-culture references enough to keep audiences satisfied with Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of READY PLAYER ONE?
Natalie Portman’s new Sci-Fi flick is a refreshingly cerebral thriller with intense visuals and even more intense questions.
I get a kick out of the meteor/asteroid disaster movie subgenre, so here are a few fave guilty pleasure picks of the deadly fireball variety.
All six 007 actors display their camaraderie and discuss the enduring nature of Ian Fleming’s iconic creation.
THE LAST JEDI is an unapologetic hybrid of key thematic elements from The Original Trilogy in new packaging, and that’s either good or bad depending on how you look at STAR WARS movies these days.
Big-screen super friends Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg team up to save the world. Was it worth the wait?